Lincoln would endure bout after bout of the hypos, until a permanent sadness settled onto his sallow face.
Federal oversight governing ride accidents is scant; there are no agencies that track accidents in permanent parks.
With the publication of Confessions, de Quincey earned himself a permanent place among the English Romantics of the early 1800s.
His books include The Clinton Wars and The permanent Campaign.
Rana, 48 years old, was born in Pakistan, is a citizen of Canada and has permanent residence in the United States.
Not that his permanent, reasoning self was disloyal to Giuditta.
The permanent Officers had to admit that he got "results," but they shook their heads.
The sepulchers are not perpetual, as their villages are only permanent for some years, as long as the wood lasts.
But while fiction is specifically the most transient of forms, generically it is the most permanent.
But when competition is not fully free, there is no reason why such extra profit should not be permanent.
early 15c., from Middle French permanent (14c.) or directly from Latin permanentem (nominative permanens) "remaining," present participle of permanere "endure, hold out, continue, stay to the end," from per- "through" (see per) + manere "stay" (see mansion). As a noun meaning "permanent wave," by 1909. Of clothing, permanent press attested from 1964.